Mount Regis Center is a residential behavioral health treatment center that provides care for adults who are suffering from substance use disorders, including addictions to alcohol, opioids, meth, and prescription drugs. Our residential program also serves adults whose struggles with addiction are accompanied by co-occurring mental health conditions, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety. In our residential program, clients can take part in an array of therapeutic interventions that give them the opportunity to reflect on their experiences, explore possible reasons why they may have started using drugs or alcohol, and learn coping skills that can help prevent future relapse. They may participate in group, individual, family, and experiential therapies, and they also have access to medication management services, detoxification services, and 24/7 medical care. The average length of stay at Mount Regis Center is 30-35 days.